Wired Productions has released a new update free of charge to its combat racer GRIP, introducing all-new vehicles called AirBlades, which are inspired by the Wipeout series that debuted in 1995.
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After a major bug fixing update in January, the team behind GRIP: Combat Racing is ready to add new content next month. The game will be getting four new tracks and new team modes.
Combat racing title GRIP is getting a major update on consoles, introducing a wide range of fixes and improvements to many aspects of the game, including enemy AI, menus, multiplayer, and more.
GRIP takes the combat racing formula that defined Rollcage 20 years ago and expands on it to fit today's gaming landscape. But does it do enough to be a racing game worth buying in 2018?
Wired Productions has announced the release date for its arcade racer, GRIP: Combat Racing. Inspired by the Rollcage franchise, the game features 22 tracks and 15 vehicles to race and battle in.